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Rolf von Goth

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Occupation  Actor
Spouse  Karin Hardt
Role  Film actor

Name  Rolf Goth
Years active  1927-1938 (film)
Albums  Glocken des Todes
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Born  5 November 1906Windhoek, German Southwest Africa
Died  November 9, 1981, West Berlin
Movies  Father and Son, A Woman with Power of Attorney, Once There Was a Waltz, Five from the Jazz Band
Similar People  Karin Hardt, Geza von Bolvary, Erich Engel, Victor Janson, Erich Waschneck

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Rolf von Goth (5 November 1906 – 9 November 1981) was a film actor from Windhoek in German Southwest Africa who settled and worked in Germany. After appearing in minor roles in several silent films such as Metropolis (1927) von Goth emerged as a prominent actor in the late 1920s. During the early 1930s he played a mixture of leading and supporting roles in films such as Once There Was a Waltz and A Shot at Dawn (1932) but his appearances began to decline during the Nazi era. By the outbreak of the Second World War he had almost entirely retired from film. von Goth switched to become a director of radio shows, becoming extremely successful in the format during the post-war years. He was married to the actress Karin Hardt.


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Selected filmography

  • Metropolis (1927)
  • Don Juan in a Girls' School (1928)
  • Under Suspicion (1928)
  • Misled Youth (1929)
  • Spring Awakening (1929)
  • Father and Son (1929)
  • The King of Paris (1930)
  • A Shot at Dawn (1932)
  • Once There Was a Waltz (1932)
  • Sehnsucht 202 (1932)
  • Five from the Jazz Band (1932)
  • A Woman With Power of Attorney (1934)
  • References

    Rolf von Goth Wikipedia

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